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Gaughan

Dick Gaughan

Scottish
Topic

Catalogue Number: TSCD384
Barcode: 5016272384026
Running Time: 56 mins.

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From original Topic Recordings from 1975-78.
Known primarily for his songs the four guitar instrumentals show that Dick Gaughan is also a fine Guitar Picker !!! As was also shown on his 1977 all instrumental
release 'Copper's and Brass'.

1) Bonnie Jean o' Bethelnie
2) Bonnie Lass Amang the Heather
3) 6/8 Marches: Alan MacPherson of Mosspark - The Jig of Slurs
4) Crooked Jack
5) The Recruited Collier
6) The Auchengeich Disaster
7) Bonnie Woodha'
8) A Pound A Week Rise
9) 12/8 Jig & Reels: Ask My Father - Lads of Laoise - The Connaught Heifers
10) My Donald
11) Jigs: Strike the Gay Harp - Shores of Lough Gowna
12) Willie O'Winsbury
13) Such A Parcel of Rogues In A Nation
14) Shetland Reels: Jack Broke the Prison Door - Donald Blue - Wha'll Dance wi' Wattie
15) Gillie Mor
From original Topic Recordings from 1975-78.
Known primarily for his songs the four guitar instrumentals show that Dick Gaughan is also a fine Guitar Picker !!! As was also shown on his 1977 all instrumental
release 'Copper's and Brass'.

Lineup

Dick Gaughan - Vocals & Guitar
with
Alistair Anderson - Concertina (Tk6)
Barry Lyons - Bass (Tk.4)
Tom Hickland - Piano (Tks.9,11&14)

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